Prominent enterprise hacks, such as the Sony Pictures Entertainment breach, has shaped enterprise security trends in 2015. An RSA Research report found cyber crime increasing 11 percent year over year, so many enterprises are adjusting their security measures. There is a shift from incident response to incident prevention, which allows enterprises to improve their security agility and minimize the financial impact from data breaches and other security compromises. The following are some of the emerging security trends this year:
Communication management is essential to establishing the importance of enterprise security. Without an effective communication process in place, it’s easy for different parts of the enterprise to fall out of sync with each other, introducing vulnerability points where security issues could occur. Communication on enterprise security risk management is a particularly useful topic to promote across relevant management departments, according to the CSO Roundtable.
Enterprise security spending in 2015 focuses on several core considerations. Insurance for data-breach losses and damages addresses the risk of cyber crime, and provides enterprises with a way to avoid the related financial losses from crippling the business. Security Magazine found that 70 percent of surveyed companies were considering, or already purchased insurance coverage for this situation.
Enterprise security is a major concern in a world with increasing cyber crime. Sensitive data records are valuable for fraud, advertising and everything in between. Staying on top of enterprise security trends is an essential part of adapting to technological threats and keeping the business growing.
Worldwide telecommunication spending is projected to reach $1.6 trillion by 2018, according to Statistica, but many organizations have a hard time managing communication spend. The...